Paranormal Sightings....

Monday, February 9, 2009


This is a spirit, usually mischievous and occasionally malevolent, which manifests its presence by making noises, moving objects, and assaulting people and animals. The term "poltergeist" comes from the German poltern, "to knock," and geist, "spirit." Some cases of poltergeists that remain unexplained and may involve actual spirits. In other cases the phenomena may be produced by subconscious on the part of an individual.

Included in the most common types of poltergeist activities are the rains of stones, dirt, and other small objects; moving or throwing of objects, including large pieces of furniture; loud noises and shrieks; and vile smells. It seems that poltergeists have adapted to the development of technology. They are known to have caused interference in telephones and electronic equipment, and turning lights and appliances on and off. Some poltergeists are said to pinch, bite, hit, and sexually attack the living.

Generally poltergeist activity starts and stops abruptly. The duration of it may extend over several hours to several months; however, some cases have been reported to last over several years. The activity almost always occurs at night when someone is presence. Typically this is the "agent," an individual who seems to serve as a focus or magnet for the activity. In most cases the agent is a factor, both those that seem paranormal or that may be caused by human PK. The agent is usually female and under the age of twenty.

Poltergeist disturbances have occurred globally since ancient times. In the late 1970s parapsychologists Alan Gauld and A. D. Cornell did a computer analysis of those cases collected since 1800 to that time. They identified sixty-three general characteristics, which include the following: 64 percent involved the movement of small objects; 58 percent were most active at night; 48 percent featured raps; 36 percent involved movement of large objects; 24 percent lasted longer than one year; 16 percent featured communication between the poltergeist and agent; 12 percent involved the opening and shutting of doors and windows.

Before the 19th century, poltergeist activity was blamed on the Devil, demons, witches, and ghosts of the dead. The Gauld-Cornell analysis found only 9 percent of the cases attributed to demons, 7 percent to witches, and 2 percent to spirits of the dead. Most of the demon and witches attributions occurred in non-Western countries. Poltergeist activity at séances was attributed to spirits of the dead.

The development and increase of psychical research during the late 19th and early 20th centuries helped confirm the conviction that poltergeist activity was genuine. Among the early investigators were two founders of the Society for Psychical Research, Sir William Barrett and Fredric W. H. Meyers. Meyers believed in the genuineness of poltergeist activity and that it was distinguishable from ghost hauntings.

In the 1930s the psychologist and parapsychologist Nandor Fodor advanced the theory that some poltergeist disturbances were caused not by spirits but by human agents suffering from intense repressed anger, hostility, and sexual tension. Fodor successfully demonstrated his theory in several cases, including the most famous "Thormton Heath Poltergeist" in England, which he investigated in 1938. The case involved a woman whose repressions caused a poltergeist outbreak and apparently a vampire attack. The Spiritualists severely criticized Fodor, but he won a libel suit against a Spiritualist newspaper.

William Roll, project director of the Psychical Research Foundation in Durham, North Carolina, further explored this psychological dysfunction theory. Starting in the 1960s, Roll studied 116 written reports of poltergeist cases spanning over four centuries in more one hundred countries. Roll identified patterns that he labeled "recurrent spontaneous psychokinesis" (RSPK), which are inexplicable, spontaneous physical effects. Generally, he discovered, the most common agent was a child or teenager whose unwitting PK was a way of expressing hostility without the fear of punishment. The individual was not aware of being the cause of such disturbances, but was, at the same time, secretly or openly please that they occurred.

Other investigators have also investigated agents finding that those in poor mental and physical health are vulnerable to stress. Patient having unresolved emotional tensions have been associated with houses where poltergeist activity occurred. When studying the personalities of agents psychologists found anxiety reactions, conversion hysteria, phobias, mania, obsessions, dissociative reactions, and schizophrenia. In some cases therapy eliminated the poltergeist activity.

However, the psychological dysfunction theory has been disputed by other researchers, including Gauld and Cornell who said the psychological tests employed were invalid. Psychiatrist Ian Stevenson proposed that spirits of the dead may account for more poltergeist activity than realized. In his study of a number of cases attributed to agents and to spirits of the dead, Stevenson noted significance differences. The phenomena in living agent cases was without purpose and often violent, while cases involving spirits of the dead featured intelligent communication, purposeful movement of objects, and little violence.

Poltergeist activities have been reported in many countries, and chronicled by occult writers such as A. R. G. Owen and Colin Wilson.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Wiccans and Witches......

The terms Wicca and Witchcraft can be used interchangeably, but there is a subtle distinction. Wicca is a contemporary Neo-Pagan religion and Witchcraft is the practice of natural magic. Not all Wiccans are witches, and not all witches are Wiccan.

Wicca is a Neo-Pagan religion with many traditions that date to pre-Christian (and prehistoric) Earth religions. It is based on a deep respect for nature and the certain knowledge that we do not have the right to exploit it for our own gain. Wiccans are deeply concerned with conservation and ecology, and as in all Neo-Pagan religions, Wiccans believe that both animate and inanimate objects possess a spirit which forms part of the Whole. Note that we do not use the term "spirit" in the Judeo-Christian sense of a "ghost," but rather that essence which every object possesses that links it to nature and makes it an inalienable part of the universe.

Wicca is a celebration of the life-forces of nature as personified by the Goddess and her consort, the God.

Wicca may includes the practice of magic which is defined as the process of causing change through the focusing of our natural powers. It is important to note that magic is natural. There is nothing supernatural about it. They use certain tools such as spells, visualization, chants, candles, amulets and meditation to help them focus their power, but the power comes from within -- it is not in the tools. Their ancestors knew how to use it effectively, but it is a largely forgotten art in modern times.

Witchcraft is widely popular in the middle ages. Many were burn at stake if they were proven to be a witch, but mostly didnt undergo a fair trial. Probably the most obvious characteristic of a witch was the ability to cast a spell, a "spell" being the word used to signify the means employed to accomplish a magical action. A spell could consist of a set of words, a formula or verse, or a ritual action, or any combination of these. The most important part of a spell is of course the energy the practitioner puts into it; this being done in a variety of ways by many different people Spells traditionally were cast by many methods, such as by the inscription of signs or sigils on an object to give it magical powers, by the immolation or binding of a wax or clay image (poppet) of a person to affect him or her magically, by the recitation of incantations, by the performance of physical rituals, by the employment of magical herbs as amulets or potions, by gazing at mirrors, swords or other specula (scrying) for purposes of divination, and by many other means.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Real-life case of demon possession

(Worldnet Daily)

An American woman who levitated, demonstrated paranormal psychic powers and spoke foreign languages unknown to her was clearly demon possessed, according to a board-certified psychiatrist and associate professor of clinical psychiatry at New York Medical College.

The unnamed woman, with a long history of involvement with Satanic groups, was observed by a team of priests, deacons, several lay assistants, psychiatrists, nuns, some of whom also had medical and psychiatric training, levitating six inches off the ground while objects flew off shelves in the same room, according to Dr. Richard E. Gallagher, who documented the case in the February issue of the New Oxford Review.

"Periodically, in our presence, Julia would go into a trance state of a recurring nature," writes Gallagher. "Mentally troubled individuals often 'dissociate,' but Julia's trances were accompanied by an unusual phenomenon: Out of her mouth would come various threats, taunts and scatological language, phrases like 'Leave her alone, you idiot,' 'She's ours,' 'Leave, you imbecile priest,' or just 'Leave.' The tone of this voice differed markedly from Julia's own, and it varied, sometimes sounding guttural and vaguely masculine, at other points high pitched. Most of her comments during these 'trances,' or at the subsequent exorcisms, displayed a marked contempt for anything religious or sacred."

The subject would have no recollection of speaking these phrases upon recovering from the trance-like state, according to Gallagher.

"Sometimes objects around her would fly off the shelves, the rare phenomenon of psychokinesis known to parapsychologists," reports Gallagher. "Julia was also in possession of knowledge of facts and occurrences beyond any possibility of their natural acquisition.

"She commonly reported information about the relatives, household composition, family deaths and illnesses, etc., of members of our team, without ever having observed or been informed about them," he said. "As an example, she knew the personality and precise manner of death (i.e., the exact type of cancer) of a relative of a team member that no one could conceivably have guessed. She once spoke about the strange behavior of some inexplicably frenzied animals beyond her direct observation: Though residing in another city, she commented, 'So those cats really went berserk last night, didn't they?' the morning after two cats in a team member's house uncharacteristically had violently attacked each other at about 2 a.m."

Julia requested a Roman Catholic exorcism ritual, convinced from the beginning of her consultations that she was under demonic attack.

"The exorcism began on a warm day in June," Gallagher recollects. "Despite the weather, the room where the rite was being conducted grew distinctly cold. Later, however, as the entity in Julia began to spout vitriol and make strange noises, members of the team felt themselves profusely sweating due to a stifling emanation of heat. The participants all said they found the heat unbearable.

"Julia at first had gone into a quiet trance-like state. After the prayers and invocations of the Roman Ritual had been going on for a while, however, multiple voices and sounds came out of her. One set consisted of loud growls and animal-like noises, which seemed to the group impossible for any human to mimic. At one point, the voices spoke in foreign languages, including recognizable Latin and Spanish. (Julia herself only speaks English, as she later verified to us.)

"The voices were noticeably attacking in nature, and often insolent, blasphemous and highly scatological. They cursed and insulted the participants in the crudest way. They were frequently threatening – trying, it appeared, to fight back – 'Leave her alone,' 'Stop, you whores' (to the nuns), 'You'll be sorry,' and the like.

"Julia also exhibited enormous strength. Despite the religious sisters and three others holding her down with all their might, they struggled to restrain her. Remarkably, for about 30 minutes, she actually levitated about half a foot in the air."

The purpose of Gallagher's paper, he says, is to "document a contemporary and clear-cut case of demonic possession." He explains that even those who doubt such a phenomenon exists may find this case "rather persuasive."

"Possession is only one and not the most common type of demonic attack. Possession is very rare, though not as exceedingly so as many imagine," he concludes. "So-called 'oppression,' or 'infestation,' is less rare, though hardly frequent either, and sometimes more difficult to discern accurately."

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Do you believe in reincarnation?

Death is the final journey of life. Many would say that it is the point of no return. But for me, death is just a beginning of eternal life. Every religion teaches different doctrines bout death. The firm believer of reincarnation are Hindus. They believe that we are reborn not with the total memory of past life but the conscious realted to wisdom passed on from life before. Buddhists, Christians and so many others believe in this method, for Catholics it is better known as purgatory. Believe it or not all religions have concepts which vary but are much alike in the same aspect. Everyone searches for the same answers but if we truly knew them we probably wouldn't be here today because the purpose of understanding would have already been understood. Life is very metaphorical , we can not be narrow minded because then we close the door to a greater understanding.

What is your own views bout reincarnation?

Sunday, November 2, 2008

The Exorcist

I cant wait for tomorrow to post this blog. I just arrived from our island hopping with my gay friends in lapu-lapu: thonet, dennis, mommy eddie, danny, wilmar & velma, with some guys and gals. At first, everything went on not so good, we arrived yesterday at pangaan island in sta. rosa at around 11am. Its such a long journey for us to travel from mactan island to sta. rosa. We were overloaded on the pumpboat. But still the operator insisted that its okay. So we sailed on, when we arrived at the middle part, we experienced big current.. We were all hysterical that the boat might sunk. Mostly gays shouted, just for "pa ukay" but still we were afraid inside.

But with our prayers, we arrived on pangaan safely, thanx God!

We arrived on dennis aunt’s house almost lunchtime. They were very accomodating, offering us loads of "lafang", so without any "char" the gays "lafang" to the max. hehe as n! Gutom kau grave!!! We almost got killed on our jouney..thats why.. namawi sa lafang.. simbako!!

So after we ate we decided to chill on the other side of the island.. Its near the protestant chapel.. it has a bahay kubo... its a very cozy place.. So we chill there and drunk a few bottles.

We were shouting and enjoying by then. Without any idea that the worst will still to come.

We all went to the disco on that evening and party with all our mights.. hehe.. After we were fed up partyin’ we decided to take rest at the bahay kubo..

Its 1 am.. We decided to have a short nap there.. and leave around 6 am.. Since we arrived there, i really sensed that there is something wrong with the place. It felt so eerie, my hair were standing at the back of my spine. But still we take it for granted.

My friend Velma noticed someone passed in the darkness of the night. He said it was a girl .. wearing white. We didn’t mind him, we thought hes just hallucinating. But after a few minutes, he saw it again. Some believed him.. i guess it was enots, wilmar, and the girls. But for me, i didn't believe, coz im a skeptic person. Im not really into paranormal things.


We thought everything’s fine. Everyone is asleep except me and alicia. I noticed Velma stands up, walking like half asleep (sleepwalking). he walked on through the direction where he saw the girl. By that scene, i immediately sensed somethings not right. I knew that he was in a spell or possessed by some spirit. Coz when i saw him walking, its not like ordinary walk. It seemed like he was gliding on the ground. When he reached around 5 meters, he collapsed. Thats when me and alicia freaked out and woke up our friends.

We tried to wake him up. After 3 minutes he woke up, and went back to bahay kubo. he said the girl was there. standing nearer to him.. Its like shes calling for him. Honestly we freaked out! The tone of his voice has changed, his eyes bulged out with redness. Then he never recognized us.

The scary part was when he ran after each one us.. wer all 13 or so, we all ran in different directions. I really thought its only in the movie. But when i saw him chasing us. Its very real and scary.

Luckily some people went for help. We brought him to the chapel. When he first got inside, he collapsed. as if he dont like the place. Hes really damn strong, even more guys tried to hold him. He will still breaks free. A woman adviced for a prayer healing to be done by one of there "mananambals". So the woman came, i forgot her name.


The healing started and there were 6 guys holding him. The following situations really shocked me. When the woman started to hold his head, and chanted a prayer. He immediately changed his voice and started to tremble.. Its a big voice like we never heard before. Hes not comfortable with the prayers and said that the woman’s hand was so hot. We all help in calming him down. Hes really really really strong. His strength is beyod human strength.


After 2-3 hours of ordeal, Velma went back to himself. The evil was ousted from his body. it was almost 6 am .. Velma never remembered any single moment of what had happened. The woman advised us to relax first... specially velma.. we rested for a while then leave the island immediately after.

The locals told us that the place is really haunted. Long ago, there was a girl who was raped and brutally killed on that place. We should have warned not to go on that area, but no one told us.


Have more faith in GOD... coz if u put GOD and his son JESUS CHRIST above than anyone... evil spirits wont get close to you.. coz they dont have power over GOD..

Have respect on a place where you first go to. Its true where not alone living on this world. There are many unseen creatures roaming on this planet.

mao na xa... all i wrote in this post is true.. promise swear. :) my greatest rampa ever

Monday, September 22, 2008

its my first blog entry ....

I finally created my own blog entry. Im really excited of what im gonna post. There are lot of things that are hangin' on my head right now. I wanna share my life's experiences as well as my personal thoughts. Keep reading my posts :)